Outlook 2003 and Groupwise 7 connector - problem receiving email

I seem to have a big problem in that I can't get any pop mail after
installing the Groupwise connector.

While attempting to get mail I get receiving error 80040106 unknown error.

When I test the account the mail goes thru ok, as I checked my isp's web
email and the test message was there. Seems I can't receive at all using the
Groupwise connector.

Any idea's on this one? (My guess is that the mapi.dll is wrong or
something)

Thanks



john_s99Asked:
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ET0000Commented:
Try creating a new profile (leaving the old one in place so you can go back to it). If the new profile can do your POP3 email the way you want, the problem is in your orginal profile. If the new profile fails, then it is probably a DLL issue.
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